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I love the look of the undead knights, and the undead rabble-types, but they would be of use to me now, not next March (or whenever it is). By then I might want something quite different.

Ah well - I've still got LOADS to paint. I'll no doubt end up buying them eventually.

No, you should support this KS now, help to bring your liked sets into production, and get yourself a pleasant surprise next spring! :)

I'd suggest you pledge for the Living Dead Horde at 48 €. It's good value at three boxes, as it gets you an extra sprue and the undead characters too. Or go for the Soldier pledge at 64 € for double boxes of the undead knights and zombies each, and get some additional living characters. Or add a box of the living sort of rabble too. You're gonna love it, and especially we'll gonna love it when you paint them and tell their story in one of your reports!

Really, the Tileans do need some reinforcements too. Maybe call them marines, a nucleus of a potential new faction or a mercenary force to tip the balance if one of your firends loses too badly. Take the Starter Set with the Northmen. They're great. The extra stuff at this level is also very convincing. You need that graveyard too, both as a resting place for all the fallen in your campaign, and a potential home for future undead... What's not to like in the deal?

I'd bet the clarity of the sculpts combined with your strong painting style would make everything look superb!

Anyway, that's the route I was swallowed into this, and am now further above the Starter Set level...  :lol: :lol: :lol:

-Z
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This must be my favourite in your production. A relaxed yet strong pose - and not sexist nor obviously stolen design!  :wink:

Could you provide the exact scale for her? How many mm to they eyes? How would she compare to some well known minis of a well known manufacturer?

-Z
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Warhammer 40k Discussion / Re: Steg's T'au Empire "Sa'cea Sept"
« Last post by Gankom on Today at 12:29:35 AM »
Looks awesome! And starting the addiction young. Always a wise move.
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WHFB The Electors' Forum / Re: 6th ed - starting replaying the best edition
« Last post by Warlord on October 16, 2018, 11:58:55 PM »
That is a fairly tough list.... except the halflings and large unit size knights?
Usually dropping points into some dwarf infantry is better spent? Would probably work well with the bearmen as your other infantry block?
And 2 units of duelists better than 1?
Why general on pegasus?
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SAGA: Shieldmaiden named Astrid:












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The Brush and Palette / Re: Chumley Warner's Empire. Metal Chaos Warriors
« Last post by zak on October 16, 2018, 08:22:15 PM »
nice work  :::cheers:::
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The Brush and Palette / Re: They pay, I paint, they play
« Last post by Konrad von Richtmark on October 16, 2018, 08:18:24 PM »
15 extra minutes for cavalry is fine, I was just trying to get a feeler for what you're ready for. Characters could get two hours each.

This won't happen immediately, I actually haven't built a single orc model yet. I've found that I like building and converting a lot more than painting, so commissioning you for the painting should be good. Before I start building orcs, I'll have to get my Empire army into fighting shape, and I'd rather not mix miniatures painted by me and a commission painter in the same army.

When it happens though, I would prefer something like the following:

I commission a handful of models at first, just so you can try out how to paint them and find a style that I can agree with. I would pay you for every test round though, so don't worry about me being a difficult customer :icon_wink:

Once we have found a satisfactory style, I would commission you to paint a unit or two in that style, just so you get a feel for how efficiently you can do the same on a larger scale.

Then, if I'm satisfied with the result and the cost, and if you feel you can do it for another hundred or two models, I'd commission you to paint the entire WAAAGH on the same terms.

Does that sound good to you? I'm just trying to find a way to avoid disappointment either way, and I'm ready to pay for some extra back-and-forth postage for that purpose.
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The Brush and Palette / Re: Dog faces, ground pounders and grunts. Ogre, converted butcher
« Last post by zak on October 16, 2018, 08:13:49 PM »
Im commenting on this massive beauty to show my brother tomorrow lol … SteveB the legend  :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap: :eusa_clap:
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The Count's Tavern / Re: Fireforge Games - Forgotten World kickstarter (20.09.2018)
« Last post by Padre on October 16, 2018, 08:08:15 PM »
I love the look of the undead knights, and the undead rabble-types, but they would be of use to me now, not next March (or whenever it is). By then I might want something quite different.

Ah well - I've still got LOADS to paint. I'll no doubt end up buying them eventually.
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The Brush and Palette / Re: They pay, I paint, they play
« Last post by Silvero on October 16, 2018, 07:52:24 PM »
Sounds doable. 10 extra minutes might not be enought for most of the cav, but drybrushed fur on wolves/ boars might work out...
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